Twickenham cycle improvements get the go-ahead

Richmond Council has approved a series of improvements along one of the ‘top strategic cycle routes’ in London.

15 September 2021 | More...

New Highway Code rules to make roads ‘even safer’

New rules to improve safety on England’s motorways and high-speed have come into effect, in a ‘major update’ to The Highway Code.

14 September 2021 | More...

New electric vehicle charging hub opens in south London

TfL has opened its second rapid charging hub for electric vehicles at Glass Yard in Woolwich.

10 September 2021 | More...

Cargo bike sharing to launch in Hackney

The first publicly available cargo bike sharing scheme in the country is being launched in Hackney this month to help residents and businesses to reduce transport emissions.

7 September 2021 | More...

Report outlines how to create ‘Safe Roads for All’

An alliance of road safety organisations has published a new report urging the Government to launch a ‘robust and far-reaching’ strategy that addresses safe and healthy mobility as well as preventing road death and serious injuries.

2 September 2021 | More...

Construction set to start on new Hackney cycle route

TfL and Hackney Council have set out the next steps of their plans for a new cycle route between Lea Bridge and Dalston – which includes an overhaul of Lea Bridge Roundabout.

1 September 2021 | More...



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Pandemic and recovery: what are the implications for road safety?


Alison Gowman, elected member for the City of London Corporation, explores issues surrounding roads policing, with reference to a couple of recently published reports.

Road safety in a changing world
Guildhall | Tuesday 12 July 2022
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It is likely that around 28,000 people will be injured on roads in the Greater London Area this year, some 3,000 of whom will be killed or seriously injured.

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